Solo is a sugar substitutes, high-intensity sweeteners, non nutritive sweeteners or low-calorie sweetener containing sucralose produced from the sugar (sucrose). Sucralose is non cariogenic and has no effect on blood glucose or insulin levels.
Unlike some other low-calorie sweeteners, sucralose provides a great sugar-like taste without the bitter aftertaste. It is heat stable, so it is suitable for use in cooking and baking. Sucralose is inert in the body (it is not metabolized for energy), and therefore provides no calories. As Solo passes rapidly through the body unchanged, it adds zero calories to the body. It is therefore ideal for health-conscious people & people with diabetes as well as anyone trying to reduce their sugar intake to meet current healthy eating guidelines or to control their energy intake. As Solo is handy to carry, it can be taken anytime anywhere.
Tastes like sugar
Exceptionally high - temperature stability
600 times sweeter than sugar
No warning labels or information statements
Can be used by all population groups
Superior shelf life
Outstanding processing versatility
Safe for use
NO ARTIFICIAL COLORS
NO ADDED YEAST
Sucralose is a no-calorie, high quality sweetener that is made from sugar and tastes like sugar. It is approximately 600 times sweeter than sugar.
Sucralose is made through a multi-step process that starts with sugar and selectively replaces three hydrogen-oxygen groups on the sugar molecule with three chlorine atoms. It results in an exceptionally stable sweetener with taste same as sugar, but with no calories.
The safety of Sucralose has been well-evidenced and established by several clinical evidence. It’s safe for use even in children.
Sucralose is a non-nutritive, almost no calories sweetener, and can be used as a replacement for sweetness to sugar.
Yes, Sucralose is safe for use in children
Sucralose is a Low Calorie, Non-nutritive and No Carcinogenic Sweetener. It can be safely used in diabetics and health-conscious patients.
Its highly stable at high temperature and can be used for baking/cooking.
Yes. Sucralose can be safely used by diabetics in foods and beverages as an alternative to sugar-sweetened foods. Extensive research has shown that sucralose does not raise blood glucose levels.
Yes. Sucralose can be safely used by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Research suggests no birth defects of sucralose on embryo-fetal development.
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